Philip L Staddon
Philip L Staddon
Research Fellow, Climate Change & Human Health, University of Exeter Medical School
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Rapid turnover of hyphae of mycorrhizal fungi determined by AMS microanalysis of 14C
PL Staddon, CB Ramsey, N Ostle, P Ineson, AH Fitter
Science 300 (5622), 1138-1140, 2003
Impacts of soil faunal community composition on model grassland ecosystems
MA Bradford, TH Jones, RD Bardgett, HIJ Black, B Boag, M Bonkowski, ...
Science 298 (5593), 615-618, 2002
The impact of elevated CO2 and global climate change on arbuscular mycorrhizas: a mycocentric approach
AH Fitter, A Heinemeyer, PL Staddon
The New Phytologist 147 (1), 179-187, 2000
Active root-inhabiting microbes identified by rapid incorporation of plant-derived carbon into RNA
P Vandenkoornhuyse, S Mahé, P Ineson, P Staddon, N Ostle, JB Cliquet, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (43), 16970-16975, 2007
Carbon isotopes in functional soil ecology
PL Staddon
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 19 (3), 148-154, 2004
Mycorrhizal fungal abundance is affected by long‐term climatic manipulations in the field
PL Staddon, K Thompson, I Jakobsen, JP Grime, AP Askew, AH Fitter
Global Change Biology 9 (2), 186-194, 2003
Does elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide affect arbuscular mycorrhizas?
PL Staddon, AH Fitter
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 13 (11), 455-458, 1998
Connectivity, non‐random extinction and ecosystem function in experimental metacommunities
P Staddon, Z Lindo, PD Crittenden, F Gilbert, A Gonzalez
Ecology letters 13 (5), 543-552, 2010
Isotopic detection of recent photosynthate carbon flow into grassland rhizosphere fauna
N Ostle, MJI Briones, P Ineson, L Cole, P Staddon, D Sleep
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 39 (3), 768-777, 2007
Mycorrhizas and global environmental change: research at different scales
PL Staddon, A Heinemeyer, AH Fitter
Plant and Soil 244 (1-2), 253-261, 2002
Effect of elevated atmospheric CO2 on mycorrhizal colonization, external mycorrhizal hyphal production and phosphorus inflow in Plantago lanceolata and …
PL Staddon, AH Fitter, JD Graves
Global Change Biology 5 (3), 347-358, 1999
The response of two Glomus mycorrhizal fungi and a fine endophyte to elevated atmospheric CO2, soil warming and drought
PL Staddon, R Gregersen, I Jakobsen
Global Change Biology 10 (11), 1909-1921, 2004
Global environmental change and the biology of arbuscular mycorrhizas: gaps and challenges
AH Fitter, A Heinemeyer, R Husband, E Olsen, KP Ridgway, PL Staddon
Canadian Journal of Botany 82 (8), 1133-1139, 2004
Effects of mycorrhizal colonization and elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide on carbon fixation and below-ground carbon partitioning in Plantago lanceolata
PL Staddon, AH Fitter, D Robinson
Journal of Experimental Botany 50 (335), 853-860, 1999
Soil animals influence microbial abundance, but not plant–microbial competition for soil organic nitrogen
L Cole, PL Staddon, D Sleep, RD Bardgett
Functional Ecology 18 (5), 631-640, 2004
The speed of soil carbon throughput in an upland grassland is increased by liming
PL Staddon, N Ostle, LA Dawson, AH Fitter
Journal of Experimental Botany 54 (386), 1461-1469, 2003
Climate warming will not decrease winter mortality
PL Staddon, HE Montgomery, MH Depledge
Nature Climate Change 4 (3), 190, 2014
Effect of enhanced atmospheric CO2 on mycorrhizal colonization by Glomus mosseae in Plantago lanceolata and Trifolium repens
PL Staddon, JD Graves, AH Fitter
The New Phytologist 139 (3), 571-580, 1998
Nitrogen input mediates the effect of free‐air CO2 enrichment on mycorrhizal fungal abundance
PL Staddon, I Jakobsen, H Blum
Global Change Biology 10 (10), 1678-1688, 2004
Mycorrhizal fungi and environmental change: the need for a mycocentric approach
PL Staddon
New Phytologist 167 (3), 635-637, 2005
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